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tip~!P6n-Itetontton or Incontinence of thine, Intlemma•
lion or Ulceration of the Bladder or Kidneys, Diseaseis
Ibe Prostrate Gland, Gravel, Drlcl Dust Deposits, Drops!.
Swellings, Organic Weakness, Debility, roma° Cosa
'FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
Improved iitoSe Wash
Will radically octermlnatelrom the system Diseases ari
los from llabits of Dissipation, at little expense, little or
no change of diet, no inconvenience or exposure;
completely superseding these unpleasant and dangerous
make, Capella and Ifiroury, In curing these alseasea.
• FLUID EXTBACT aUQIW
u, all Diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing Sn
limn or FF.31.1L3, from whatever cause originating, and
no matter of how lo n p s tandin v. It's pleasant Wits taste
and odor, ISI3IEDIATF, in action,
and more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bari; or Iron.
Those suffering froraTratrn Down or Dateate Cone&
futtone,procure the Remedy at once.
The Reader must be aware that, hoWever slight may be
the attack of the above diseases, it is certain to affect his
Dank/ Math, Mental Powers and Happiness. If no
treatment is submitted to, Consumption or Insanity may
All the above dlseages require the aid of a diuretiol
• HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is the Great piuretio.
ri! I-T.E . L.ra]Bo - Lrys
Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla,
E'er purifying the blood, removing all diseases arising from
wears and imprudence in life, chronic constitutional dis
cases arising from an impure state of the blood, and th o
ID* reliable and effectual known remedy for the cure of
flcrofula, Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Pains and Swelling of
!be Bones, Ulcerations of the Throat and Legs, Blotches,
/Pimples on the Face,.Tetder, Erysipelas, and all scalp erup
tions of the akin, end beautifying the DOSIPLEIIOII.
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et the Worst disorders that afflict mankind arise from MS
sforruption that accumulates In the Blood. Of all the die.
fillifieries that havo been made to purge it out; none can
ertil in effect DrELJIBOLD'S COMP° L'IMEXTRA
Itir SARSAPARILLA. It cleanses and renovates the
blood, instills the vigor of health into the system, and
;asps out the humors which make disease. It stimulates
the healthy functions of the body, and expels the disorders
that grew and rankle in the Blood. Such a remedy, that
could be relied of, has long bccn sought for, and now, fli"
the first'tlene, the public have one an which they can7de
pend. Our space here 'does not admit of certificates to
dhow its effects; but the trial of a single bottle will show to
the sick that it has virtues surpassing anything they hays
• Two tablespoonsful of tho Extract of Sarsaparilla, added
to a pintof water, is equal to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and
one bottla Is equal to a gallon of the Syrup of Sarsaparilla,
or-the decoction as usually made.
' The above Extracts are prepared on purely scientific
Tacuo—and embody tho full strength of
the ingredients entering into their composition. A ready
and conclusive test will bo a comparison of their proper.
Ike with those set forth in the 11. 0. Dispensatory.
410 W TO Usl TfE ntraDtES.
lii Diseases of the Elood, Ilinnor3 on the Face, or any
and every part of the body, useE7:tract Sarsapatille,ap•
plying to Pimples and all external Uuraors or Eruptions
the Improv,l Rose \Wash.
Use the Extract Iluchp for all disci ses requiring the aid
of n Diuretic, exzept those of the Urinary Organs, suelqa;
Ooncirrilata and Glect ; In these nee the Extract Ilueliu
and inject with the Improved Rose Wash.
fcr THP.SE EXTRACTS. 'LAVE BEEN A.INETTI.',D
70 USE IN TIIE UNITED STATES ARMY, and also are
in ec& general use In all the STATE HOSPITALS AND
tunzao INdTITUTIONS throughout the land, as well as
in priests practice, and arc considered as Invaluable
DELITERED TO ANY ADDRESS.
Direct lotion to—
HELXDOLD'S DRUG & CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
504 Broathyay, N. Y., next Metropolitan Hotel,
DEVADOLD I S ISIEDIOAL DEPOT,
104 South Tenth St., Assembly Build's, Phila
Pcscrit.a Symptoms in, an Comm:micall=e.
squi QY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYIWIEIk,
'Beware of Counterfeits I
AZ - R. EQ)Et EGELIA2OLI2 , b3.
Take go -olfier.
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FA., ESTATE NORMAL SCHOOL
MANSFIELD, T,IOGA CO PA.
Recognized by the : State A uthorities, in
Ao A . I
State Nor ,aal School.
t,,,ndforniatly Opened /..s such in Si:plc:mbar 180.
The SchOol is at lejigth places upon a se-
care basis—the Stat appropriation of the,
current year enabling the Trustee to extin
guish the greater portlon lof the outstanding .
liabilities, and to I mike lextenSive improve
ments upon the build ng and grounds.
The Spring Term cOninien'ce about,
- March 10,* jlBO5.
Prof. F. A. 4.T.LE:i for the past six Years in
charge of the qhestq County (Pa.) Normal
School, has been eleted Principal, aed Prof.
J.Strait, of the Edintioro State Normal School,
lion, has been appoitecl to the Professorship
of Languages and 31 ‘ . thernaties.
Prof. Allen is well, knoWn throughout the
State as a gentlemaia of accurate scholarship,
possessing a practical experibAce of fifteen
years as an educator t ot* teachers, and a thor
ough acquaintance with educatiOnal
wants, acquired from his connection with
•County Institutes;; in every section of Penn
sylvania, as well 'as in other States.
Competent and thorough instructors will
be provided for the other departments of the
The building' as been refited throughout
and provided with furniture of the most ap
proved style, together with an extensive col
lection of maps,eliarti,and'works of reference.
Excellent Chemical and. Philosophical ap
paratus will be in readiness atthe•opening of
To keep pace With the improvements in
ueatiory, n gyinnasium win be erected, for
which a valuable apparatus: for the•heavier
and lighter exercises lias/alrdady been. secured
The school year is divided into thrde terms
of thirteen weeks each, Stithl no vnea4on, ex
cept: the week of Christmas Holidays.i
It is desirable that students shouldpriter at
the; commencement of a term, and fors period
of not less than thirteen }necks.
in advance per term,l.s6.oo. .1,"o extra
charges for the lag,imgeslor the higher math
! ems ties. Text books rented of re4sonable
rates. Vocal and instrumental. music at
teachers' pries. Hoarding in the ha 11,539 00
per lerm ; wood for winter,, $3 00 per term;!,
washing, $3..25 ; room rent, $1 50.
The arrangements now made arc of such
a nature as to warrant the Trustees.in 1 - tyitto•
that no other institution in' the State affords '
better facilitlei for the Dine:l4lcm of Teachers,
or for the preparation of students fur college,
or for general business. •
F`Or Dirther particulars addresi'the Pritici r
pal, at Mansfield, Tioga county, Pa. !'
IV. C. RIPLEY, es. Board of Trustees
ALBERT CLARE, Secretary.
Mansfield, Dec. 20,4804.
Whilst trying, Coffee pf all the i t arious brandi,
Remember "BBOWIING'S EXCELSIORP- 7 -
at the head ittands. t •
True, it's not like nthilrs that are "SOLD
A little streteit, we all do knoNt good goods
will et:loy hear,
(Buft a stretch like this—"sold eyerywhere"—
its very apt to tear.)
Now, I can safely stiy . , Without nny hesitation,
',There's none like "BIi.OWNINC'S EXCELSI
OR" in this criiightened ;tation.
Skilled chemists have not found a Coffee from
any store I
Possessing the same ingredients , as "Brown
' Nor is there any one, iu or C 4 of the Coffee
trade, ! i
Who knows the articles from tqlticit “Brown
isg's Excelsior"is mad n. •
I'm told it's made froth barlek, rye, wheat,
beans, and peas;
Name a thenisand qt z her things—but the
RIGIIT I ONE if you ple.kse.
But with the Coffee-men I will hold .
tention 1 • . • I ,
For the many, many things Ithey say—too
nunierous too.mehtion. I
Whilst they're engaged iu running round
from store to •tore
To learn the current wholesale price of
' "Browning's Excelsior,"
Some wEto know thy - Coffee gives perfect sat
Hare formed a pian by which they hope to
clause a quick reactioh.
The case—'Lis wi.h it few; no doubt 'twill be
with more— • "
To name their Coffee after mine, (B,ROWN
Some say their's': the: only brand that will
stand a ready test.
Now tt; i y a little !of them all—see which you
like the best.
Three years have TasStal away since I first
sold a store; I
Never have I in your parer advertised before;
'or would rnow, or evzr consent to publish
1 If like some used by "everybody," "sold
everywhere," iti 'every store.'
k. trade like this I do ;rot wish ; the orders I
. could not fill; 1 :' , •
The Factory all Jersey's land would take••--
leave not a foot to till., t ,
My trade is not so .very large; till 1 think il
have my share ; . II
MI reader, you may rest asstfred, 'tis NOT
"SOLD EVERYWHERE" , ,
Atanufactured and for Sale' by the writfr,
GEORGE L. BROWNING,
• Aro. 20 _Market street Canide4 N. J.
This Coffee is not composecß of poisonous
drugs,•it contains nothing deleterious ; many
persons use this Coffee that cannot use the
pure cofFee,-, it takes but one wad: n.I kkaii.
ounces to make a quart of good strong . cof
fee, that' being just one-Calf the qua' it
takes of Java Coffee, and! lalways less than
half the price. 1 11 ! '
RETAIL DEALERS may purchase it inlesi
.". ...i" Dr..ALt.i. p
quantities than ten gross at sny prices from
to\Orders by maibfro4
ers promptly At ended to. ! i '
friIIE subscriber • haying located in Lewis
ville is prepared tai dorall kinds of work
his line; on short notice aud in the best
of all kinds!
chinery Lo e
A. S i
JL • obit
dap' s , anti Repairing
I am enabled by the aid of ma
lo work in the wagon-line better
fr than any other establishment in
I' am also prepared te make
iLethrer. .M 1
1)1e.169 tall a
lc lt2r. tl
io. are closing up an
(persons indebted to
11(1 settle, before the
e proper officer fur
FRIENDS AND CTSTOMERS
I returu you
my'sineere thanks for your liberal patrenage,
for the past few years, and would say to you
that I have located-myself at Wellsville,
N.Y., and may hereafter be found at the
(Having bought out the Store formorly.occu
pied by Gco. Asher), I shall continue to
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
in both of the above Stores, and bope, to see
all of my old friends and.customers, as they
are in• want of Goods, and try to, sell
them low enough to pay them for coming.
We. are now selling the best PRINTS from
12 to 18 cents.
Extra GINGTIAMS from 15 to 25 cents.
Good SIIEETINGS from 12 to 2. cents.
TICKS, DENIMS, STRIPES, and tU othe
Goods in proportion. I
Good suits for $lO to $l5 and ENtra fine
suits in proportion. And 'as 1 have an over
stock of Clothing I will sell at Whole—
sale 15 per cent. less than the same can
be, bought in New York.
BOOTS & SHOES,
SHAWLS, CLOAKS, Mi.,
at reduced pricea.
A'` , lD
RICH DRESS SILKS,
and all other styles of Ladies' Dress Goods,
Hoping td receive an early call, I remain
or. IF. SIMMONS. -
MN:113%111e, N. Y., March 25, HO.
I offer for sale on reasonable terms and lib
ONE FARM 1-146 Acres-4G Cleared
ONE FARMI-235 Aeres—SO Cleared
ONE FAlt.3l !-50 Acres-15 Cleared
ONE ]'ARM !-300 Acres-5 Cleared
And lots of other Farms and Land
Some money may be required down.
Brookland, Pa., July 2; '64 of
Having secured the services of
; HENRY S. COWBURN,
of twenty yeas experience in England and
America. Lain prepare). to furnish fanners
and travelers with the best of
Horse and Ox ShOeing,
Shingle Knives, Butcher Knives &c., promptly,
BroOklmid, Potter Co., Pa.
fortherly called Cnshingville.
May 21, 18G1.
P. 111 STEBIN & Co.,
Paying the highest price in
OUN DS WANTED
port, Jane , 28, 1864
INTH NATIONAL BANK
TIE CITY OF NEW YORK
Capital, $1,000,000 Paid in,
FISCAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES,
And Special Agent for Jay Cooke,
WILE DELIVER 7.30 NOTES, FREE OF CIRTLGE,
by cipiess, in all parts of the country, and
receive: in payment Checks on New York,
Philadelphia, and Boston, current bills, and
all five per cent. interest notes; With interest
to date: of subscription. Orders sent by mail
will be promptly filled.
This Bank receives the accounts of Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of in
dividuals k4ping New York accounts.
• J. U. ORVIS, President.
The Rochester Straw-Cutter.!
grikWISTED A: KELLY, Coudersport, have',
the,exelusire ageucy for this celebrated
tratehtat2 i, irt this county. It is coreuleut, du
• ible, d 01.1E.A.2. 18C4),-1:1
By authority cf the' Se
ury, the Andersigned, • t.,
tion Agent for the. sale
cnrities, offers to the p
of Treasury Notes, bear
tenths per cent, interest
7-30 LOAN. -
Tbse ndtes (tie issued under date of hay
15, 1865 : and bra :payaale three years from
that date in chrrepey, ior are convertible at
the option of the holtlei into
U. S. 5-20 SI. per cent.
GOLD--BEAR 'NG BONDS
These Bonds are no ,
preinium, and are exem
eminent Bonds, from S
nicipal ia:cation, which
per cent. per annum to tit
the rate levied upon oth
terest is payable semi-i
attached to each note,
and sold , to any bank of
The :merest at 7-30 per c
One cent per da
Two cents " "
T en It It
20 le II LI
Notes of all the dendi
be promptly furnishedl
The Notes of thisarldrd Series are precisely
similar in form and pr vileges to the Seven-
Thirties already sold, ; except that the Gov-.
ernment reserves to itself the option of pay
ing interest in gold 'coin at S per cent., in
stead of 7-3-10ths in currency. Subscribers
will deduct the interest in currency up to
July 15th, at the time when they subscribe.
The delivery of the notes of this third
series of the Sertm-thirties will commence on
the Ist of June, land will be made promptly
and continuously after that date.
The slight change made _in the conditions
of this THIRD SERIES affects only the mat
ter of interest. The payment in gold,
made, will be equivalent to the currency in
terest of the higher rate.
The return to specie payments, in the event
of which only will the option to pay interest
in Gold be availed of, would so reduce and
equalize prieeslthat purchases made with six
per cent. in gold would be fully equal to
those made with seven and three-tenths per
cent. in currency. This is
The Only Loan in Market
Now.offered by the Government, and its su
perior advantages make it the
Less than $230,000,000 of the Loan au- .
thorized -by Congress arc now on - the
Market. This amount, at the rate at which
it is being absorbed, will all be. subscribed
for within sixty days, when the notes will
undoubtedly command a .premium, as has
uniforinly been the case on closing the sub
seriptious to other Loans.
° In order that citizens. Of every town and
section of thefeenntry may be afforded faciT
tics for talting.the loan, the National Banks,
State Banks ' and private Bankers throughout
the country have generally agreed to receive
subscriptionS at par. Subscribers will select
their own agents, in whom they have confi
dence, and who Only are to be responsible for
the delivery of the notes for which they re
ceive orders. . JAY COOKE,
Snhsdription Agent, Philadelphia.
May 15, 15G5.1
First NationalErtnlc of Harrisburg,
First National Bank of Lockhaven, •
First Nationalißank of Philadelphia,
. First-NationaPßank of Williamsport.
DIDLADELP IA Ee ERIE RAILEO,I.D.-
1 This great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to
the city of Erie,lon Lake Erie;
It has neen le : sed by the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Company,iand ,Lnder their auspices is
being rapidly opened throughout its entire
length. ' •
It is now in tine for Passenger and Freight
business from Earrisburg to St. Mary's Ole
miles) on the !Eastern Division, and from
Sheffield to Eri k , (IS miles) ou the Western
TIME OF PASS NGER TRAINS AT Euronium
I cave Eastward.
Through Mail rain
Through Mail Train • 10 18 A. M.
CATS run I.lllrOllgh COANOE both
ways between Philadelphia And Lock Haven
and between Baltimore and Lock Haven'.
Elegant Sleeping: ears on Express Trains
both ways between Williamsport and Balti
more, and Williantsport. and Philadelphia.
For information respecting Passenger busi
ness apply at the S. E. Cor. 12th and Market
And fdr Freight business of the Company's
,S. 13. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market
J. W. Reynolds Brie.
William Brown, Agent N.C.R.B,.Baltimore
H. H. HOUSTON, k
Gen' Freight 491. Plzil' .
LEWIS L. troupp,
Gen'l Ticket Agt.
Jos. D POTTN,
Gen'l Manager, Williatnyort.
GcniaANlA, Potter Co., Pai; Ann. ' . 1, 13G3. j
1 ()TICE, is !hereby given that Charles Bri
shor, now or late of this County, holding
the following described property, has not y r e'
paid any consideration whatever for the sae+,
and all persons are hereby warned not to pir
; chase any of said property- of the said Bushbr
before the decision of the Court is given in
this case and C. Iltishor has paid to lake the
consideration money therefor.
The following is the property :
Ist, A certain tract of land near the Ger
mania Mill, in warrant 5075, Abbott township,
POt er county, Pa., containing 100 acres.—
Als 25 acres in warrant 5078 and adjoining
2nd. A certain tract of land, with Mill and
improvements thereon, near Kettle Creek, in
warrant 5812, in Stewartson township, Potter
county, Pa., containing about 204 acres.
C. Bushor holds also in trust warrant no.
2501, in Gaines township, Tioga county, Pa.,
on the road leading from Germania to Gaines,
containing 850 acres;
tf WM. RADDE.
T') OSIN EL TArt, front North Carolina, fur
z.. 1.1.; by , •
IT. S. 7-30, LOAN
) 000. _
retary of the Trens
,2e General Subscrip
t f United States Se
blie the third series
ng seven and three
per annum, known
Iv worth a handsome
lit, as are all the Gov
ate, County. and Mu- 1
dds front one to three',
r value, according to
r property. The:in-. i
4inn pally by Coupons
which may be cut off
t. amounts to
on a $5O note
" $lOO "
st $5OO "
" $5OOO "
,'rninations named will
lupon receipt of sub-
Great, Popular Loan of the
Latest from Sherman !
"Eighteen yeats established in . N. y. City."
infalliblei remedy known."
"Free from Poiions.." ,• •
"Not dnngerou> to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holea to.die."
( 'COSTAR'S" RAT, noAcrr, &C., ESTER'S.'
Is a pasteused for Rats, , ' • I
_Alice, Roaches, Black and
"COSTAT'S" BED-BUG -EXTERMINATOR,
Is a liquid. or - wash, ( l asecl to
destroy, and also RS. a . pre
ventive for Bed-Bugs,.
(( COSTAR'S' ELECTRIC POWDER FOR
Is for Afoths, Mosquitoes.
Fleas, Bed-Bogs, Inserts on -
,laots, Fouls, Aitimals, s -c.
•-.** Sold by all Druggists and P.Ctailers,
I !I Bzw.4au ! I ! of all worthless inii
* 4 = See that "Cos An's" name is on each
Box, Bottle, and Flask, before yOu buy.
HENRY Re COSTAR.
** PRTECIP.II. DEPOT, 482 Broadvs ay, N. Y.
Xtt4.Sold•by all Druggists iihd Dealers in
INCREASE OF RATS.—The Farmer's Ga
zette (Fnglish) nsserts and proves by figures.
that one pair of rats will have .a provny and
descendants no less than tltil,oso id three
years. Now, unless this inimenSe t:im'ilc cad
be kept down, they would consume rnot.e food
than would sustain 65,000 human beings.'
1 See "Cestar's" adv'tin tills paper.
RATS versus BIRDS. 7 -WhOever engageS in
Shooting small i.d.rds is a cruel man ; Nrhoever
:lids in .exterminating rats is a benefactor.
We should like some of our. correspondents
to give us the benefit. of their experience in
driving out these pests. We need something'
besides dogs, cats, and traps for thiS' business..
—Selena lie - American, N. Y.
Sec •"Costar's" adv't in this paper.
"COSTAR'S?" RAT EXTERMINATOR is
simple, safe, and sure,—the most pe s rfeo
Ricr-ification meeting we have everatiendeil.
Every Rat that can get, it, properly, propaMq
according to directions, will eat ii,..niol'ev , ty
one that eats it wiit die, generally at :o:11o.:
place as distant as possible from where thy
WaS . titken.---take Sho:•e,
LQ - SCC 'Tosto es" adv't iu this pap r;
1.865J 1 1
A VOICE Frzom: TIIO FAR WEST.H
Speaking of 4Costar's" flat; Roach, Ant, Sic..
Extermivator—"more urailt and provisilns
are destroyedannually in Grant County by
vermin thud would pay for Valli.: of this Kat
and luse.et i4bl.
r.m_Sea"Costar's ff .ndvt in his paper.
• V,.t.. : 'v'5.014 in CouDEusPour by'all
E. 7 ANTHONY: — 8(b0.
Manufacturers of Photographic Mateiiala,
' vilrozzzszt.z . AND lINTAIL, S
(501 .BROADWAT, ,N.
InAilitlon to onr tnnin buzineva of PHOTOGRAPHIC MX
TERIAI.6, wo are Hoz.l.prittura for the foll..wing, viz: .
STEREOSCOPES er. STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS.
Of thee,: we kntut.an It:lnternist tut,ortrre... t, is dudinu War Scenes,
An,,, ,:to and runtiutu (Atite and Lttndwel. ti; Grenj.e, Statuary,
etc., VI, Sterepwopeo, forfpuble. ervivate
Itit;un. Our nia .cut an ;. uddra_efuu receipt
FI - 10TOGRAT C .A...Li0 7 "`..1.::ff.
1, - ,re the Ertl to int ,/1 ,. / unlitui•St.ttes,
ant Iv o uptn.titteture ;;:,at variety; rand
it.tt In primfromet w:.; 5.3 4 t...ur I.I.:UMS Lont: the
keitutntion et luttte, superior ultt: demttnite to ally.
Otlieti. Thee wiit be s. at 1,, k err reccil4t;f
CO - PINE MAN: t trtlYka,..±3
Oar Onfs'algns non , eml , rs , os e'er FIVE THOUSAND fill,.
ent eul,j.tty to which me conAsntly Laing ma4l4, of
rortralis or Erninont Americans 04,, ♦iz: ahnut.
100 Nlsjor-Oonornis, PO eu
!dr-Colonels, 550 sztaterrnen,
1100 lint;.•-ttonorals, 250 Other einirons, no Divines,
200 Coloads, 75 Navy Cacsre, 1)5 Authors, •
QS Artistry IDS Sdag.t, lir...linen: Weinse.
3,009 Cupiet of Woriti ofl Art,
TnAnding repreflurtions of tbo Irlooo celubratail Enzrarleigl,
Statues, on•L C 3131,7,11,3 went on•rercipt 4 - J . 61.10.14
An ord., for One Posen PK-rungs front nor Cei3LT. NN Lo
filled on this rocelpt of 11.05.1, and sentlie mil, MRL.
Plotorratiliers cud others onieritig g• 0.0. D.ovill 3.10a50
remit twenty-11volt, rent-of the antesun t with their order.
t 'rho prices uOl qunlitY of our goods canaut fail to satisfy
S/ft:ere Poeka .1//olortsf,r 19 I'Llures. 15 Ceuta; for 2
Pieturer, 41-00." •
3 4.0 P. DI
Whiskers ! Whigkers
Do you want Whiskers orMoustaches Our
Grecian compound will force them Ito grow om
the smoothest face or- chill, or hair On bald
beads,lti SixiWeeks. Price, SI.OQ. Sent by
mail anyv:-here, closely sealed, on -receipt of
price. Address WARNER k'CO.,
lysn Box ,138:, Brooklyn, N. Y
11, J. OLMSTED'S
.0 TORE' can always be found the best o
Cooking, Box and Parlor ''
S T 0 V .E
Atho! TIN an d SHEET-IRON Wr, POTS ;
KETTIIES, SPIDERS, SOOTC 1 BOWLS,
FRYING-PANS, • SAX-PA . I.IS, and CAULD
RONS. Also I • ,
melt us PLOWS, scnArtr4Mufffv-A
orls, cons-airELL4R.% 1.1011 1 .5E-IIAIiTS,
DOG-POWERS, &c. •
I 1 •
HIS "C' . ol:-ZA. 1 1
1 . ,
is well =de and the material fiood. Coed
and substantial EAVES-TIIOUGIIS put up in
any part of the CoUnty—Terms c isy. Ready
Pay of all kinds, including
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Dr. A.; FRENCIT's -
CELEBRATED TONIC , TTERg
RE becoming the most pop ar Medicine
I in circulation for the cute Of
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAEN
-- DICE, DEBISITY OF THE NERVOUS
SYSTEM, and WEAKNESS of the
STOEACH and DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
It is also gaining a great re ultation iu the
CURE of DIPTHERIA.
p.. 1 Office, i Goudersport,i Potter Co.; Pa.
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hat fine, BARGAINS
!rim peculiar taint or
ifection which we
di SCIIOSTILA lurks
the constitutions of
altitudes of men. It
ether 'produces or is
70dUCed - by Art , -en
,,ebled, vitiated state
thei blood; wherein
tat thtid becomes in•
nilpotent to sustain
to vital forces in their
igorous uction, and
tubes the system to
------.- - --- -- --- - ifhll into disorder and
decay. The scrofulous contamination is va
riously caused .by mercurial disease, low •
living, disordered digestion from unhealthy
food, impure ;air, filth and filthy habits,
'the depressing vices; and, above . all, by
the venereal infection. ' Whatever be its
origin, it 45 hereditary in the constitution,
descending " from parents to children unto
the third and' fourth generation; "indeed, it
• seems to be the rod of Him who says, "I will
visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their
children." The diseases it originates taker
various. names, according, the organs I it
'attacks. . In the . lungs . , Sroftila produces'
tubercles, and finalbt Consumption ; in the'
glands, swellingi winch suPpiirate and be
ulcerous sores;; in the stomach and'
bowels, derangemenqi whieli Produce indi
gestion, dyspepsia, and liver eomplainti; one
.the skin, eruptive unl cutaneous affections.
These, all having the Fame origin, require the.
same remedy, viz., purification and invigora
tion .of the blood. Purify the blood, um;
these dangerous diSte mers leave you. With
feeble, foul, or cop tell blood, you cannot
have health; with that "life of the flesh"
healthy, you cannot have scrofulous diiease.
'',-- Ayer's Sarsaparilla 'C.
is compoundedcompounded fromi the moat effectual anti
dotes that medical setenee has' discovered for
this 'afflicting distemper, and for the care of
the disorders it entails. That it is far supe
rior to , any other, remedy yet devised, is'
1 knoWn by all who have given it a trial.: That
! it (lees combine virtues truly extraordinary
in their abet upon this class of complaints,
is indisputably proven by the great multitude'of publicly known and remarkable cures it
has made of the following diseasei: King's
Evil, or Glandular Swellingsi Minors,
Eruptions, Pimples, - Blotches-and Sores,
Erysipelas, Rose or. St. Anthony's Fire,
Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from
tuberculous deposits in the lungs, White
1 Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia ,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases,.
Feniale Weaknesses, and, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise from impurity
lof the blood. Minute reports of ;individual
1 eases Indy be found in AY'S AstEme.sx
AtziAxA c, which is ER
furnished to the druggists
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may be
i learned the directions for its use, ,and some
I of the remarkable cures which it has made
when all other remedies - had failed to afford
relitif. Those' cases arc purpoSely . taken
froM all sections of the country, in: order
that every redder may have access to some
! one vho can. speak to him of its benefits front
perSonal experience. !Scrofula depresses the
vital energies, and tints leaves its victims far
more saject to diseak and its \fatal results
than are healthy constitutions. Hence it
tends to shorten, and does greatly shorten,
the average duration of human. life. The
. vast importance of these considerations has
led us to spend years') in !perfecting a remedy
which -is adequate to its cure. .This we now
offer to the public underithe name of AYER'S
SAR:iAPARILLA., although it is composed of
! ingredients, some of which exceed the best
of :Sarsaparilla in alterative power. By its
aid you may protect yourself from the suffer . -
ing and danger of these diSorders. Purge
out the foul corruptions that rot and fester
in the blood, purge out the causes of disease,
and vigorous health will follow. By its pecu
liar virtues this remedy stimulates, the vital
functions, and thus expels the disterimers
I which lurk within the system or%urst out
on tiny part of iti . •
We knew the ;public have been deceived
by many compounds of Sarsaparilla, that
promised much and. did nothing'; but they
I will neither be deceived nor disappointed in
this. Its Virtuesiltave been proven by abun
dant trial, and there remains no question of
its surpassing eXcellence for the cure of the
I afflicting diseases it is intended to reach.
Although under the same name, it is a very
different medicine from any other which has
I been before the r people, and is far more ef
fectual than any other which has ever been
available to theM.
The World's • Great Remedy for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
, sumption, and forithe relief
of Consumptive patients
• in advanced - stages
of the disease.
This has been SO long used and so uni
versally known, that we need do no morn
than assure the public that.its quality is kept
up to the best it ever has Iheen, and that iS
may be relied on to do all it has ever done.
Prepared by Dn. J. C. Arse & CO.,
Practical and Analytical Cheniist:
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The celebrated: author in admirable
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medicine or the application of the knife
pointing out a mode of cure, at once simple,
certain and effecutal, by. means of which. ev
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